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MoU with Rizq Foundation

Eye on Ivy is thrilled to announce that we have signed an MoU with Rizq Foundation!
Rizq is Pakistan’s first food recovery and distribution service. Their organization operates in 3 mega cities of Pakistan and they aim to eradicate the waste and hunger problems of Pakistan. We are super excited for our students who can take full advantage of this collaboration and now intern and volunteer with Rizq and contribute to their fight against hunger.

11th Annual Bulgarian Creative Writing Competition in English

It’s finally time to meet the winners of the 11th Annual

Bulgarian Creative Writing Competition in English!
Today at 18:00 BG time (10:00 p.m. Pakistani time) you will be able to tune in to the award ceremony on the BCWC Youtube channel! 🥳 (

Join us in celebrating all of the amazing work of more than 2,400 participants and 25 winners! We are also incredibly proud of the fact that two students from Pakistan: Anoushay Malik from Lahore Grammar School, Lahore stands 1st place (tied with a Bulgarian student) in the 6th-grade level category and Gulwash Malik from Lahore Grammar School, Islamabad stands 2nd place (tied with another Bulgarian student) in the 7th-grade level!

As the ceremony was prerecorded it will stay on the YouTube channel and can be seen whenever it is convenient.
Don’t miss out on the fun!

MoU with Pakistan Professional Women Forum (PPWF)

Eye on Ivy is incredibly excited to announce that today we signed an MoU with Pakistan Professional Women Forum (PPWF). Our CEO, Shanza Khan, and PPWF’s CEO, Gulalai Khan, were the signatories. PPWF provides a platform that allows women from all over Pakistan to come forth and share their personal experiences and the challenges they face while achieving their desired goals. Through this forum, women from all sorts of professional backgrounds, be they teachers, development professionals, corporate employees, entrepreneurs or freelance workers, get to interact, share their stories and network with other women. Eye on Ivy students can now avail the opportunities of internships and volunteer work at PPWF and we could not have been more pleased!

MoU with Peace First

Eye on Ivy is thrilled to announce our formal partnership with Peace First.
Peace First is a US-based global non-profit organization dedicated to helping young people around the world to become powerful peacemakers by:
– Investing in their ideas
– Providing them with tools and skills
– Connecting them with other awesome young people around the world
– Sharing their stories and impact with the world
Peace First empowers young people ages 13-25 to create a just and peaceful world by providing digital tools, community support, start-up funding, and stories that celebrate their journeys and impact.
We are very excited because this partnership opens yet another international platform for Pakistani students to showcase their talents.
Register now with Eye on Ivy and let us build your profile for the best colleges in the world with a plethora of such opportunities.

The S Stories – Special Episode of Head Counsellor Shanza Khan with RJ Sophiya Anjam

The “S” Stories special episode, the amazing Sophiya Anjam held a conversation with the enterprising Shanza Khan, Founder & Head Counselor at Eye on Ivy ✨
With our Strategic Placement Approach, Eye on Ivy focuses on discovering the strength of students that helps in their academic development, leading to a bright future ✔️ Recognised & Awarded the “Career Guidance Startup of the Year” by International school awards, learn everything about career counseling platform that helps students in understanding their true potential.




Results: OWLYPIA Online Round February 2021

Eye on Ivy is super thrilled to announce the results of Owlypia – The Intellectuals’ Challenge February 2021 Online Round! Pakistani students have yet again left their mark on the global stage, winning numerous accolades and we are incredibly proud of them. A very, very special shout-out to students of the Beaconhouse School System who registered from throughout the country for yet another absolutely brilliant performance.

First Position in US based Future Problem Solving Program

We are tremendously proud to announce that Zauraiz Sohail from Karachi Grammar School has stood first in Pakistan in the US-based Future Problem Solving Program International’s Scenario Writing Competition. Zauraiz has now qualified for the International Scenario Writing Competition scheduled to take place at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in June 2021. This annual competition draws 2,500+ problem-solving champions from all over the world. Before the competition begins, all participants gather to celebrate the breathtaking Flag Procession designed to welcome every region represented and kick-off the International Conference. Readings by the International Champions are presented to a live audience. Zauraiz Sohail was coached by Eye on Ivy’s very own Sheher Bano. We are incredibly proud to know that Pakistan will be represented at this global gathering. Congratulations to Zauraiz and her family. We can’t wait for the international round!


Results: The South East Asian Mathematical Olympiad (SEAMO x 2021)

Pakistani students took part in the South East Asian Mathematical Olympiad (SEAMO) 2021. 1279 students took part in SEAMO X, the international round of SEAMO, from all over the world.
The bronze medal was received by Mikael Ahsan (Grade 7, Aitchison College).
Merit medals were received by Ayyan Guftar (Grade 2, The International School of Choueifat, Lahore), Amaan Aidrus (Grade 4, Karachi Grammar School), Oneeb Zeeshan (Grade 5, Aitchison College), Rayyan Shoaib Vana (Grade 6, Cedar School), Muhammad Moiz Alam (Grade 7, The International School of Choueifat, Lahore), Aditya Kumar (Grade 8, Cedar School), Abdullah bin Arslan (Grade 8, Cedar School) and Hamnah Iftkhar (Grade 8, Cedar School), Ahmed Raza (Grade 10, Cedar School), Saad Muhammad Aziz (Grade 10, Aitchison College), Abid Ali Qureshi (Grade 10, Cedar School), Naqi Abbas Khimji (Grade 10, Cedar School), Aafaq Raza (Grade 11, Beaconhouse School System, Kharian), Ali Annan Aziz (Grade 12, Aitchison College) and Hassan Mushtaq (Grade 12, Beaconhouse School System, Gulberg). A credit medal was received by Yitain Zheng (Grade 10, The International School of Choueifat, Lahore). The competition was brought to Pakistan by SEAMO’s country partner Eye on Ivy.


Full SEAMO live ceremony can be seen at :

Announcing the National Results for Caribou Contest February Round 4! 

Caribou February Results!

Eye on Ivy is super-pleased to announce the Caribou Contest February Results. The kids are doing a great job and keeping up the lead! We encourage them to keep pushing harder and make sure to bag the Caribou Cup in May. As always our younger ones are leading the pack and scoring in the world’s top hundred rankings. Caribou Contests are an amazing way for our kids to sharpen their logical and mathematic skills all the while showcasing their talent across the global in this international global online competition for math enthusiasts.

Below are the results. We’re rooting for you kids! Keep going!

If you’re interested in knowing more about the Caribou Competition, please visit Caribou.